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'Theory About Radiant Energy and John Bedini's Directory:Bedini SG'

How Radiant Energy Works

Inductive Fractionation

Nov. 7, 2004


You have "hit the nail on the head!"

Directory:Bedini SG produces a set of

circuit conditions that accomplishes what Tesla referred to as

"inductive fractionation" of electricity. In this process, radiant

energy is released, but not seperated from the flow of electron

current. This produces a modified form of electricity that has a

lower density of electrons than normal. As the ratio of

radiant-to-current rises, the battery charges better than with current

alone until it peaks and then falls off. Pure radiant with zero

current does not charge the battery very well. But there is a

significantly large window where an enhanced battery charging

phenomena appears.

It is this "electron deficiant" form of electricity that comes back

out of the machine that this project explores, and its unusually high

capability of charging batteries. 'Optimizing your test model to charge the back battery best while draining the front battery the least is the object of this project.' Once this is accomplished,

studying what happens to the battery when it is charged this way is

the goal. The "Bedini School Girl Motor" is a learning tool. It

teaches you the truth about the nature of "electricity" and that it is

really much more than simply the flow of electrons.

Peter Lindemann


> Sterling and All,


> ..........It's almost like it shorts out the

> very top end of the charge, but on a really small scale. However,

> this may be significant because I think we are all still charging

> our batteries with a very impure form of radiant--probably something

> like 90% "current-containing, conventional" electric spikes, and

> maybe 10% radiant.

> I think this is what John is trying to show us, just a glimpse of

> radiant in order to get our attention.


> Brett

Reactive Power

Nov. 7, 2004


Glad to help. You are asking the right kind of questions. Here is my

best shot at answering them.

1) My book consistently refers to the radiant spike LEADING the pulse.

That is true. The high voltage transient that leads the pulse is a

much purer form of radiant energy. This circuit actually feeds this

pulse back to the first battery in opposition to the forward current.

With a fast scope, you can see it across the battery. The high

voltage transient produced from the collapsing field of the coil is

also radiant, and it is in the same direction as the current delivered

to the second battery. John refers to this as "reactive power"

because the voltage transient is very short, followed by the current.

The voltage transient that is visible on the scope is really only the

"transverse artifact" of a radiant, longitudinal wave. These

longitudinal waves are very electron deficient, and therefore do not

register well on electrical meters and scopes that are looking for the

passage of electrons to give you a reading.

I'll get to the rest of your questions in the morning.


-- In, "brettnichols"



> Peter,

> Whew! You cleared up a bunch for me. Thank you very, very much.


> What you have said reconciles perfectly with my testing.


> However, my inferior scientific abilites would greatly desire

> this "large" window to be much larger. :)


> I have done so much testing outside of this "window" that when I may

> have inadvertantly made it through a couple of times barely (say at

> the 120% range, I have wrote it off as measurement error.

> I am greatly encouraged to keep on trying. Again, many thanks.


> Now here are my two questions.


> #1) I am confused by fact that your book consistently refers to the

> radiant energy LEADING the pulse. However, the spikes we are

> charging with are the result of the collapsing magnetic field of the

> coil, and are hence, at the tail of the pulse (as can be seen by

> looking at them on the scope). Can you clarify this?


> #2) When charging with these spikes, is there a quicker way of

> optimizing the value of the base resistor for maximum charging

> efficiency than to charge the battery completely at the c20 rate and

> then load test the battery at the c20 rate? This takes incredible

> amounts of time. (I have well over a thousand hours invested in

> doing this.) I know that we can not readily see the "radiant"

> ingredient on the current. But should we adjust for maximum output

> current at the recovery diode per current flow from the input

> battery (maximum "conventional" efficiency) or maybe a particular

> waveshape on the scope? Maybe a voltmeter on the recovery battery

> with a stopwatch to measure dV/dT on the battery vs. amps at the

> diode (but this really isn't that great seeing that the charging

> curves are not real linear)? Suggestions???



> Again, many thanks,


> Brett

Lamellar and Heaviside Currents

Comment by John Bedini, Nov. 9, 2004

[...] By doing this [experiment] you invoke

the " 'lamellar' currents" rule. This is from Kron not me. This means that you break up the currents into branches. Each 'lamellar' scalar

current" is additive to equal the sum of the total.

The Heaviside current surrounds the wire. This is almost like

reactive power, the digital meter has a very hard time reading this.

The system is a "Unity System", what you put in you get out, but you

are loosing a lot with clip leads and bad wiring.

If you want to see what is charging your batteries you need a scope.

The output wire positive is run through the center of a solenoid coil

of many turns this will couple at 90 degrees with the Heaviside

current. What you will see is a ringing wave that is charging the

battery, it is not electricity in a true form -- it is ''pieces of


What is this current?

It is made up of mostly scalars.

This couples in the batteries when it meets the next scalar that it

can couple with, this is what charges your batteries. You wanted to know, so here it is.

The next part of the system is more mysterious, I

will save this for a later time. I did show Susan today what this wave looks like. I idea here is to charge the secondary batteries as fast as possible from one primary battery. The faster the charge, the more power you can use. This means speed with the motor/energizer.

The energizer is a open loop system so it can expand this type of wave. You must have this type of wave with a Radiant type systems. Just look at a Tesla Coil output you will see it, in many ringing waves.

It takes Quaternion math to see this, along with the magnetic fields of the Motor/energizer.

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